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Chockstone Forum - Climbing Videos

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Dodgy home video

pmonks
19/05/2012
11:19:31 AM
Here's a dodgy home video I just slapped together from a session last week at Glen Park boulders in SF. AWESOME spot, CRAP videographer skillz...
dalai
19/05/2012
12:38:41 PM
That was AWESOME pmonks!
pecheur
19/05/2012
1:29:52 PM
It might have been pmonks AWESOME style, but did those look a little soft for the grade?

PS Did Rod manage to miss pmonks thousandth post some time in April? ;)
dalai
19/05/2012
1:36:44 PM
No soft grades - pmonks is just AWESOME

Must say I don't miss the typical San Fran outdoor woody where ever hold is named and one small section of rock can hold dozens of problems. Indian rocks was great for this...

IdratherbeclimbingM9
19/05/2012
6:14:31 PM
On 19/05/2012 pecheur wrote:
>PS Did Rod manage to miss pmonks thousandth post some time in April? ;)

No.

~> That was an AWESOME milestone!!
mothrfckr
19/05/2012
6:38:18 PM
Yeah looked a bit soft, those would probly all be grade 15 where I live.

IdratherbeclimbingM9
19/05/2012
6:51:19 PM
On 19/05/2012 mothrfckr wrote:
>Yeah looked a bit soft, those would probly all be AWESOME grade 15 where I live.

Fixedthatforyamothr!
Duncan
19/05/2012
8:23:36 PM
If by "awesome" you mean "that is 3 minutes of my life I'll never get back", then yes, that was awesome.

Turn the outtakes into a .gif and you have something worthwhile.

pmonks
20/05/2012
1:42:17 AM
On 19/05/2012 dalai wrote:
>Must say I don't miss the typical San Fran outdoor woody where ever hold
>is named and one small section of rock can hold dozens of problems. Indian
>rocks was great for this...

Yeah I used to feel the same way, but with such featured rock and so few other outdoor alternatives you get into the variant game after a while. It even starts to become AWESOME!

Did you ever meet "Glen Park Mark"? He was the guy who put up "Mark's Traverse" (V11) at Mortar Rock. I met him at Glen Park once (he now lives up near Lover's Leap) and he really opened my eyes to the place - he said it was his favourite training spot. He also showed me the V3 in the video... ...foot free. ;-)

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